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12/6/2012 | MLB Notebook: McCutchen posts elite year at 25
Andrew McCutchen's 2012 season was among the most impressive for any center fielder in his age-25 season, and it could be the foundation to even more historic accomplishments.

12/6/2012 | A-Rod serves as reminder that Yanks are an old team
With such a creaky roster, the Yankees won't finish this season snatching a 28th World Series championship, but they think otherwise. They've decided to stick with their old-timers. Which means they're trying to become baseball's "Over The Hill Gang."

12/6/2012 | Astros take Fields with first pick in Rule 5 Draft
The Houston Astros selected Joshua Fields, a right-hander who previously was property of the Red Sox, with the first selection in the Rule 5 Draft on Thursday.

12/6/2012 | Scioscia looks to fill void left by Torii
Mike Scioscia is comfortable with the Angels' outfield alignment despite Torii Hunter's free-agent departure, but replacing the veteran in the No. 2 spot in the lineup is a tall task.

12/6/2012 | Scioscia looks to fill void left by Torii
Mike Scioscia is comfortable with the Angels' outfield alignment despite Torii Hunter's free-agent departure, but replacing the veteran in the No. 2 spot in the lineup is a tall task.

12/5/2012 | At Turn 2 event, Jeter addresses health, Hot Stove
During his Turn 2 Foundation Holiday Express event, Derek Jeter took the opportunity to address any concerns about his health during his rehabilitation this winter, and the new-look Yankees that fans should expect to see in the Bronx come spring.

12/5/2012 | Indians seeking bat while pitching market unfolds
The Indians have been involved in numerous discussions at the Winter Meetings to fill their holes at first base and in the outfield.

12/5/2012 | Tigers, Boras not on same page about closers
As Tigers officials and Scott Boras talked around the same time Wednesday afternoon under the same roof at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel, they couldn't have sounded much further apart -- not just financially, but philosophically. It wasn't about starting pitching, but closing.

12/5/2012 | Cubs, outfielder Schierholtz agree to terms
The Cubs have reportedly filled an outfield spot on Wednesday, agreeing to a one-year, $2.25 million deal with free-agent outfielder Nate Schierholtz.

12/5/2012 | With only minor moves left, Blue Jays exit Meetings
While other teams are frantically searching for upgrades -- either through trade or free agency -- the Blue Jays find themselves with a roster that is almost complete.

12/5/2012 | White Sox plan to explore utility infielder options
If the 2013 season started this week, then Minor Leaguers Carlos Sanchez or Tyler Saladino stand as the prime utility infield candidates under White Sox control. Of course, the season does not start in early December, giving general manager Rick Hahn time to work on solidifying this area among others.

12/5/2012 | Leyland preparing for 50th season in pro ball
If manager Jim Leyland can get the Tigers through the last postseason step during his 50th season in baseball, he'll have one more memory that will trump all the others.

12/5/2012 | Boras makes best pitch for trio of star clients
As usual, Scott Boras had plenty to say in his annual Winter Meetings media scrum. He addressed the situations of several of his clients, both free agents and those currently employed by big league clubs, and he did it with characteristic bravado.

12/5/2012 | Much in flux as busy Meetings head into last day
While the top of the market remained on a steady simmer, the fringes of free agency continued to feed the hunger for news as the Winter Meetings worked through a third day Wednesday in relatively quiet fashion, at least when it comes to big-name deals.

12/5/2012 | Valenzuela, Landreaux continue Dodgers' Mall Tour
The Dodgers' Holiday Mall Tour of Southern California will stop at Westfield West Covina on Saturday when Fernando Valenzuela and Kenny Landreaux will participate in a meet-and-greet and autograph signing.

12/5/2012 | Boras: No Cano extension talks until after season
Robinson Cano and the Yankees will not discuss a potential contract extension until after the 2013 season, agent Scott Boras said on Wednesday.

12/5/2012 | Signing Wright a step in right direction for Mets
The Mets went a long way toward securing the future of the franchise by signing David Wright on Wednesday. And with that step, there's hope that the best is yet to come.

12/5/2012 | Bo discusses upcoming documentary
Royals fans watching the video clips at Kauffman Stadium last season saw Bo Jackson hitting monster home runs, climbing an outfield wall and making The Throw in Seattle. At times, the two-sport star seemed like Superman as he played baseball for the Royals and football for the Raiders.

12/5/2012 | Moore still looking for pitcher to lead rotation
As the hours dwindled down on the Winter Meetings, Royals general manager Dayton Moore was sharpening his focus on his primary target: A top-of-the-rotation starting pitcher.

12/5/2012 | Dodgers' pursuit of pitching going slowly
A tight-lipped Dodgers general manager Ned Colletti said he spoke Wednesday to Casey Close, agent for top free-agent target Zack Greinke, but wouldn't say if he made an offer, adding that he didn't have "any idea" when a Greinke deal might occur. Nor would Colletti say if he felt he was closer to a deal for Korean free-agent pitcher Ryu Hyun-jin.

12/5/2012 | Francis re-signs with Rockies, pending a physical
Veteran starting pitcher Jeff Francis agreed to a one-year Major League contract with the Rockies on Wednesday, sealing his return to the club with which he has spent most of his career. The deal was first reported by ESPN.com and is pending a physical.

12/5/2012 | With Escobar out, Marlins' focus turns to hot corner
Trading Yunel Escobar was the Marlins' primary objective heading into the Winter Meetings, and they were able to pull that off late Tuesday night. All day on Wednesday, the organization was weighing possible candidates to take over at third base.

12/5/2012 | Payroll-cutting Yankees face temptation
The Yankees are used to overindulging in the finest of free-agent players, but they have paid the price for their extravagances and claim they aren't going to do it anymore.

12/5/2012 | Red Sox meet with Hamilton, plan to keep Ellsbury
A source has told MLB.com that general manager Ben Cherington and manager John Farrell did meet with Josh Hamilton in person at some point during the Meetings. In other news, Cherington disputed the notion that he's motivated to trade Jacoby Ellsbury.

12/5/2012 | Mariners remain in hunt for Bourn, Swisher
As the Winter Meetings headed into their final hours Wednesday evening, Mariners general manager Jack Zduriencik continued pursuits of an impact bat. But if a major deal doesn't get done before Thursday's departure, the hunt won't end there.


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